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Why Macroeconomic Policy Matters for Gender Equality Macroeconomic policy, including fiscal and monetary policy, is often thought of as gender neutral. But economic policy choices affect women and men differently because of their different positions in the economy, both market (paid) and non-market (un...
UNWOMEN, (2015)
Support to Financial inclusion in Nepal - 2014 - 2018- Through the "Access to finance" (A2F) Agriculture is the largest economic sector in Nepal contributing to more then one third of GDP (32%-36%) and employment and livelihood opportunities to more than two third of its population (765). Given that many Nepalese depend on agriculture for th...
SFDIN/UNCDF, (2014)
आगामी पांच वर्षका लागि रणनैतिक विकास सहायता संरचनासम्बन्धी नेपाल सरकार र संयुक्त राष्ट्र संघबीच भएको सम्झौता प्रेस विज्ञप्ति रास्ट्रीय योजना आयोग र संयुक्त राष्ट्रसंघीय टोली नेपालबीच आयोगको सभाहलमा आयोजित विशेष समारोहका बीच "संयुक्त राष्ट्र संघीय विकास सहयोग रुपरेखा २०१८-२०२२ मा हस्ताक्षर सम्पन्न भयो। उक्त सहयोग रुपरेखाले संयुक्त राष्ट्रसंघ मार्फत नेपालमा आगामी पांच वर्षक...
GON, UN, (2017)
Economy Profile 2017 Doing Business sheds light on how easy or difficult it is for a local entrepreneur to open and run a small to medium-size business when complying with relevant regulations. It measures and tracks changes in regulations affecting 11 areas in the life ...
WB, (2016)
Mid-Term Evaluation: Enhancing Access to Financial Services (EAFS) – Nepal UNCDF’s Inclusive Finance pillar fosters working with the three levels that integrate the inclusive finance sector, those being the micro (retail microfinance providers), mezo (service providers), and macro government regulatory and policy), to pr...
UNCDF, (2012)
Supporting Nepal to Build Back Better Two years have passed since the earthquakes of April and May 2015 rattled Nepal to its very core. Although the country is now well into the recovery and reconstruction phase, a great deal remains to be done: hundreds of thousands are still living in ...
UNDP, (2017)